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Colloquium Schedules

Submit an abstract

Scientist candidates submit abstract and begin to work on presentation.

- 6 weeks

Submit your presetation

Submit your presentation as the required theme

- 4 weeks

Guest Speaker Present

Get in new knowledge that supports you in research and in real practice.

Colloquium Day Online

Present your ideas

You could present on something that they are researching or new things

Colloquium Day Online

Reflection on other research

Improve your critical thinking and share your reflection with other research.

Colloquium Day Online

Receive the feedback

Receive the feedback of other scientists and also the Academic Board

Colloquium Day Online

Follow up research

Work with your research supervisor for following up on your research

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Publish your paper

Publish your paper into the Scholarly or Academic Journal of Switzerland.

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Do you have any questions?

The Colloquium is an event for scientists and scientist candidates could share their research, get peer reviews and has a chance to publish their papers. The Colloquium is a member of London Academy of Sciences.

You are eligible to join into The Colloquium if you are a student, lecturers, alumni, university partner, or peer-review board of:

  • The Swiss Institute of Management & Innovation
  • The Université Libérale de Paris
  • The London Academy of Sciences
  • The London Language College

The Colloquim will be hosted on the Zoom platform. All sessions will be live, are 30 minutes in length and take place on from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m (GMT +2).


Colloquiums come in a variety of formats, but they often have three components:

  1. A guest speaker’s presentation on recent research topics;
  2. A scientist candidate’s proposal or research findings;
  3. A panel’s discussion and criticism, as well as comments from the colloquium participants.

You will need to download the Zoom app to view the live sessions. Our staff will send you the link to assess the Live Colloquium before the start time.

Yes. All presenters and attendees must register to attend live and on-demand sessions. The email you use to register will be the one you use to gain access to the Zoom platform.

Our Colloquiums will be available by live chat and email during the event. The Colloquium Network customer service team will be available by email or live chat via Whastapp.

Each Live Colloquium session will have 4-5 papers, each presenter will have maximum 30 minutes to present. All presentations and sessions will be given live – video and audio clips are not recommended.